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Estimating survival and salvage potential of fire-scarred Douglas-fir
Collin D. Bevins
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station in Ogden, Utah
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 7-8.
|Statement||Collin D. Bevins.|
|Series||Research note INT -- 287., Research note INT -- 287.|
|Contributions||Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Ogden, Utah)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8 p. ;|
Survival patterns after late summer wildfires were evaluated for Douglas-fir and lodgepole pine in the northern Rocky Mountains. Crown scorch was the most important variable for predicting postfire survival and variables representing bole damage improved the significance of logistic regression models for both species. Crown scorch and basal scorch were the best combination of variables for. Douglas Fir is a softwood that produces a moderate amount of heat and is easy to light. Douglas Fir is one of the better softwoods for firewood and is even better than some hardwoods as far as total heat content. Douglas fir that is straight grained and knot free splits nicely into kindling size pieces.
Post-fire management affects species composition but not Douglas-fir regeneration in the Klamath Mountains. Forest Ecology and Management, ; DOI: / Cite. Bigcone Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga macrocarpa [Vasey] Mayr) is a long-lived, fire-adapted conifer that is endemic to the Transverse Ranges of southern California. At the lower and middle reaches of its elevational distribution, isolated stands of bigcone Douglas-fir are surrounded by extensive stands of chaparral. Our dendrochronology investigations have revealed that these ancient trees.
On average, treatment plots contained an estimated – more species than control plots (based on the estimated difference between treatment and control plots; Table 2); however, in all cases the 95% credible intervals included similarity between control and treatment stands ranged from – (Figure 1).In general, treatment and control plots on Winema were more similar in. Cambium injury is an important factor in post-fire tree survival. Measurements that quantify the degree of bark charring on tree stems after fire are often used as surrogates for direct cambium injury because they are relatively easy to assign and are non-destructive. However, bark char codes based on these measurements have been inadequately tested to determine how well they relate to live or.
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Estimating survival and salvage potential of fire-scarred Douglas-fir. Ogden, Utah: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.
An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Estimating survival and salvage potential of fire-scarred Douglas-fir Item Preview remove-circle Estimating survival and salvage potential of fire-scarred Douglas-fir Pages: A dichotomous event regression model is used to estimate survival of fire-injured interior Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii var.
glauca) 1 year after burning. A preliminary salvage marking guide is presented based upon stem diameter at breast height and crown scorch height. Estimating survival and salvage potential of fire-scarred Douglas-fir / By Collin D. Bevins, Utah) Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Ogden and United States.
Forest Service. ESTIMATING SURVIVAL AND SALVAGE POTENTIAL OF FIRE-SCARRED DOUGLAS-FIR Collin D. Bevins 1 ABSTRACT March A dichotomous event regression model is used to esti mate survival of fire-injured interior Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii var.
glauca) 1 year after burning. A preliminary salvage marking guide is presented based upon stem diameterCited by: Estimating survival and salvage potential of fire scarred Douglas-fir.
USDA Forest Service Research Note, INT Reconstruction of a pre-settlement giant sequoia-mixed conifer forest community using the aggregation approach.
Bonnicksen. Ecology, (4) Brown, J.K., Handbook for inventorying downed wood material. In Fig. 2, we show the relative basal area of the six species of ponderosa pine, white fir, Douglas-fir, sugar pine, incense-cedar, and California black oak. The figure shows the averaged result of 25 simulations run for years at ft ( m) elevation for.
C.D. BevinsEstimating Survival and Salvage Potential of Fire-scarred Douglas-fir. Res. Note INT USDA, Forest Service Intermountain Forest. Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirb.)Franco) were monitored for 4 years following three wildfires.
Logistic regression analyses were used to develop models predicting the probability of attack by Douglas-fir beetle (Dendroctonus pseudotsugae Hopkins, ) and the probability of Douglas-fir mortality within 4 years following t crown volume scorched (crown scorch), cambium.
Forest fire: control and use. 2nd ed. McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York. Google Scholar Arbaugh MJ. Postfire survival in Douglas-fir and lodgepole pine: comparing the effects of crown and bole damage. Can.
For. Res. 16 Bevins, D.D. Estimating survival and salvage potential of fire-scarred Douglas-fir. USDA For. Ser. Res. Estimating survival and salvage potential. of fire-scarred Douglas-fir. USDA Forest Service, has been systematized by Rodríguez-Trejo in a two-volume book published this year.
That are the. The probability of mortality of Pinus halepensis and P. pinea trees after 6 separate wildfires (which took place from to in South Eastern France) was modelled with logistic regression analysis using data on tree size and fire-damage descriptors from trees in 13 stands.
For both species, probability of mortality increased with increasing percentage of crown scorched and estimated. Estimating Survival and Salvage Potential of Fire-scarred Douglas-Fir.
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The study objective was to determine the impact of wildfire and clearcutting severity on Douglas-fir regeneration potential in the Interior Douglas-fir biogeoclimatic zone. The study design consisted of five treatments that compared a range of disturbance severities: high severity burn, low.
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Estimating survival and salvage potential of fire-scarred Douglas-fir / View Metadata By: Bevins, Collin D. - Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Ogden, Utah) - United States. Positive interactions between plants, in addition to competition, can help shape a plant community and ecosystem.
Positive interactions can come in the shape of intraspecific interactions such as kin selection, or interspecific interactions, such a mycorrhizal symbiosis. Previous studies have provided evidence for both of these processes occurring in interior Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii. Douglas fir, genus of about six species of evergreen trees of the conifer family Pinaceae, native to western North America and eastern Asia.
They are important timber trees and produce strong wood. Several are grown as ornamentals and are common Christmas trees in North America.
Predicting post-fire Douglas-fir beetle attacks and tree mortality in the Northern Rocky Mountains. Canadian Journal of Forest Research. We also developed a guide to predicting post-fire Douglas-fir mortality and Douglas-fir beetle attacks. It is a two-part GTR.Survival rates may also be affected by potential differences in predator communities between habitats.
For example, Northern Goshawks, a known predator of black-backed woodpeckers in the Black Hills , preferentially nest in closed canopy forest  and may be less abundant in severely burned forest relative to unburned forest or forest.